[NLedu] Researching accessibility of Silverlight-based websites

Jan Verlaan jan at verlaan.org
Tue Nov 29 20:36:58 CET 2011

I have found the first 10 silverlight based websites
If they do deliver the textbase requirement I don't know (yet)
But we can start to explore them now.

Gr, Jan

Op 29 nov 2011, om 18:14 heeft Guido Arnold het volgende geschreven:

> Hello,
> On Sat, Nov 26, 2011 at 02:13:54PM +0100, Jan Stedehouder wrote:
>>>> 1. a decent list of Silverlight-based websites where you have a
>>>> combination of text-based information and multi-media, but mostly
>>>> text-based (as that would ensure the validity of the research for
>>>> Magister);
>>> How to we get such a list? I met a few people working on
>>> accessibility at FSCONS, one of them visually impaired. It would be
>>> good to have such a list before I contact her and ask for some
>>> testing. But maybe she already knows that it is painful to use
>>> Silverlight.
>> We have to start looking for those site. I'm afraid I don't have a
>> list available. Any help on this is appreciated. I could ask around
>> among students that need to use Magister, maybe they can cooperate
>> with your contact. Can you ask her if she is available for testing?
> Sure. I am hoping that I can get the email out today or tomorrow
> morning. After that, I will be offline until December 11.
> Please keep us in the loop if there are any good web pages to test.
> Thanks!
> Guido
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